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Stade Toulousain

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Established
1907 (114 years old)

Sport
Rugby

Stadium/Home
Stade Ernest-Wallon
(19,500 Capacity)

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Location
Toulouse, France

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Competitions
French Top 14
European Rugby Champions Cup

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Upcoming Events
04 Sep 21 Stade Rochelais  -  Stade Toulousain
11 Sep 21 Stade Toulousain  -  RC Toulonnais
18 Sep 21 Montpellier Hérault  -  Stade Toulousain
25 Sep 21 Stade Toulousain  -  ASM Clermont
02 Oct 21 Biarritz Olympique  -  Stade Toulousain

Latest Results
25 Jun 21 Stade Toulousain  18 - 8  Stade Rochelais
19 Jun 21 Stade Toulousain  24 - 21  Union Bordeaux
05 Jun 21 Union Bordeaux  10 - 21  Stade Toulousain
29 May 21 Stade Toulousain  36 - 27  ASM Clermont
15 May 21 Stade Toulousain   -  Aviron Bayonnais

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Stade Toulousain (French pronunciation: ​) (In Occitan: Estadi Tolosenc), also referred to as Toulouse, is a French rugby union club from Toulouse in Midi-Pyrénées. Toulouse is arguably one of the finest rugby clubs in Europe, having won the Heineken Cup a record four times – in 1996, 2003, 2005 and 2010. They were also runners-up in 2004 and 2008 against London Wasps and Munster, respectively. Stade Toulousain have also won a record 19 French Championship titles. It is traditionally one of the main providers for the French national team. Their home ground is the Stade Ernest-Wallon. However, big Top 14 matches along with Heineken Cup games are often played at the Stadium Municipal de Toulouse. The club colours are red, black and white.

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Cyril
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Alexi
Balès




Arthur
Bonneval




Clément
Castets




Santiago
Chocobares




François
Cros




Antoine
Dupont




Rynhardt
Elstadt




Charlie
Faumuina




Thibaud
Flament




Pierre
Fouyssac




Sofiane
Guitoune




Zack
Holmes




Yoann
Huget




Jerome
Kaino




Cheslin
Kolbe




Matthis
Lebel




Louis-Benoît
Madaule




Juan
Cruz



Julien
Marchand




Maxime
Marty




Péato
Mauvaka




Maxime
Médard




Antoine
Miquel




Rodrigue
Neti




Alban
Placines




Thomas
Ramos




Paulo
Tafili




Lucas
Tauzin




Iosefa
Tekori




Selevasio
Tolofua



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Stadium or Home

Stade Ernest-Wallon (usually called "stade des Sept Deniers") is a multi-purpose stadium in Toulouse, France. It is currently the home of rugby union team Stade Toulousain. The stadium was built in the late 1980s and was recently renovated. It has a capacity of 19,500. The stadium however is not always suitable for big games. For the larger fixtures, such as championships play-offs or Heineken Cup games, the fixture may be moved to Stadium Municipal, which has nearly double the capacity.

The Stade Ernest-Wallon was used to host the rugby league international fixture between France and England, in which England defeated France 56-8. The stadium once again hosted rugby league on 31 October 2009, seeing a 2009 Gillette Four Nations game between France and New Zealand, resulting in a 62-12 win for the Kiwis. It also hosted the French Super League side Catalans Dragons, as part of their initiative to expand club rugby league in France, in 2013: a sellout crowd, many of whom carried banners supporting local side Toulouse Olympique's bid to enter the Super League, saw the Dragons lose 22-21 to Hull Kingston Rovers.

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